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From Thomas Schweikle <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: php and apache22
Date Thu, 23 Feb 2006 09:43:42 GMT
François Conil schrieb:
> Thomas Schweikle a écrit :
>> In /var/log/messages the error did not show up --- it looks like
>> this is somewhere crunched in the startup script. Starting
>> apache directly I am prompted with: "No such file or directory:
>> Failed to enable the 'httpready' Accept Filter"
>> Any idea what this means?
> The httpready filter isn't needed per se, but can improve performance.
> The "no such file or directory error" on the other hand is quite a
> problem. Have you enabled apache in your rc.conf ? (can't remember if
> it's needed on freebsd 4, but it is for freebsd 5)

For FreeBSD 4 and up it is needed to add "apache22_enable="YES""
to make it run at system startup (or by giving
"/usr/local/etc/rc.d/" a change to start it).

How can I disable the httpready filter? At the moment this
missing filter (or related kernel module) blocks apache.


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